Accessibility statement - www.abledocs.com 

Generel information 

This document provides a status of the accessibility at the website www.abledocs.com. The statement is based on a full accessibility audit made in the period of April 12th to April 19th, 2021.

URL for the Website 

Title of the Website

AbleDocs Inc. – The Worldwide Leader in PDF Accessibility

Brandmark for the Company

AbleDocs Logo

Type of Company

Consultancy

When is the website released?

April 19, 2021

Technical Manager (Website)

Mikkel Andre Jensen Maar – majmaar@abledocs.com – T: 0045 53 60 06 18

Corporate Accessibility Director

Markus Erle – Mail: merle@abledocs.com – T: 0049 15 12 26 29 478

Primary Services

PDF Accessibility Software and Consulting Services

Does the website comply with the WCAG 2.1 standard?

The site complies with the standard partly (complies with most requirements).

How is the site evaluated? 

In April 2021, internal web accessibility specialist consultants made a full accessibility audit of the site based on the WCAG 2.1 standard. Key elements are mainly assessed manually.

Review of Inaccessible Content

Graphic that is described more than once

Relates to Success Criteria 1.1.1 – Non-text Content (A)

the site contains graphics that have an alt text that is already described in the textual content of the page.

Found here: e.g., Images on https://abledocs.com/en/products-services/create.

We expect to have corrected the error by May 2021.

Slider is not hidden semantically 

Relates to Success Criteria 1.3.1 – Info and Relationships (A)

The slider is not hidden in the accessibility tree, and therefore screen reader users will not be able to interact with it.

Found here: Buy - axesWord - Products & Services - AbleDocs .

We expect to have corrected the error by May 2021.

Relates to Success Criteria 1.3.1 – Info and Relationships (A)

Some headings are not implemented with semantic html and cannot be properly understood and used by users of assistive technology.

Found here: e.g., The headings in the global footer.

We expect to have corrected the error by May 2021.

List elements are not marked semantically correct

Relates to Success Criteria 1.3.1 – Info and Relationships (A)

There are list elements on the site that has incorrect HTML-Markup.

Found here: e.g., The list on https://abledocs.com/en/eula.

We expect to have corrected the error by May 2021.

Slider function inaccessible for keyboard users 

Relates to Success Criteria 2.1.1 – Keyboard (A)

The slider function cannot be used by keyboard users.

Found here: Buy - axesWord - Products & Services - AbleDocs

We expect to have corrected the error by May 2021.

Relates to Success Criteria 2.4.4 – Link Purpose (In Context) (A)

There are buttons which has both no visual text and no ALT-Text that describes the icons/image function.

Found here: e.g., the shopping cart in the header

We expect to have corrected the error by May 2021.

No global search, index or sitemap

Relates to Success Criteria 2.4.5 – Multiple Ways (AA)

There is no global search, global index or sitemap for users who receive their information through these functions.

Found here: All pages

We expect to have corrected the error by May 2021.

The same ID is used on more than one element

Relates to Success Criteria 2.4.5 - 4.1.1 – Parsing (A)

More than one heading has the same ID.

Found here: All pages

We expect to have corrected the error by May 2021.

New content is not conveyed to Assistive technology  

Relates to Success Criteria 4.1.3 – Status Messages (AA)

When the number of licenses chosen exceeds 25, a message appears under the slider, informing about Corporate Licensing. This message is not perceivable for a screen reader program.

Found here: Buy - axesWord - Products & Services - AbleDocs

We expect to have corrected the error by May 2021.

Relates to Success Criteria 4.1.3 – Status Messages (AA)

There are links with insufficient ALT-Text e.g., the “Buy” and “Download” buttons

Found here: axesPDF - Products & Services - AbleDocs

We expect to have corrected the error by May 2021.